Don't mind me.
A series of panels where a person saves an android from destruction, and each panel is the progression of the android’s conversion from a metal genderless body into a young woman as its companion slowly ages until they pass away.
i can take payments for commissions in flamin’ hot cheetos.
"Neanderthals like homo erectus" I’m crying. But that book cover makes me happy. It balances out to "wheh, look at the genetic codes". Kind of reminds me of the theory of humans coming from the water. Honestly, tho, I think we lost our fur because we’re goddam filthy apes and don’t deserve a fabulous fur coat.
Karen Hudes is a graduate of Yale Law School and she worked in the legal department of the World Bank for more than 20 years. In fact, when she was fired for blowing the whistle on corruption insi…
the face of a gift that keeps on giving
just in time for halloween.
She just sounds mad that a WHITE MAN had the nerve to save her from getting run over.
This isn’t from The Onion? This a real live thing that actually happened?
Yup. Article in the screenshot
And also, her own account of the event. (Surprise, she writes for Jezebel)
At least the comments are more or less calling out her nonsense.
one of my all time favorite vids is her getting a right proper scolding from David Starkey.